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On Father?s Day three years ago, biologist Jonathan Eisen decided he?d like to republish all his father's papers. His father, Howard Eisen,
Library e-catalog firm OverDrive expands selection - Arts & Entertai...
Library users searching for e-books will soon get to look through a much bigger catalog and help decide what their local branch might carry.
‘The Hunger Games’: your kids are angrier than you think
A frightening story about kids killing other kids for the amusement of adults has become a blockbuster. Here’s why.
Art-world sensation The Clock unveiled in Ottawa - Arts & Entertainm...
On Thursday, the Ottawa-based National Gallery of Canada will unveil The Clock to the public, a film montage by U.S. artist Christian Marcla
The history of social media; how did we get here? (info graphic)
Did you know that social media can trace its origins back to 1978 when two computer hobbyists invented the computerized bulletin board syste
How NOT to Tweet - for libraries and information services
A website full of ideas and techniques to help you market your library successfully.
Is The 'Right To Be Forgotten' The 'Biggest Threat To Free Speech On The...
A privacy law taking shape in Argentina and the European community could fundamentally reshape how we think about Internet privacy and the s
Beyond the Book Mobile | How Libraries are Reinventing Themselves for th...
Many branches of these public institutions are dying from lack of funding—and reinventing themselves in surprising new ways
John Maeda: Innovation is born when art meets science
Technology and design guru John Maeda says scientists must embrace the art world in order for invention to occur
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Google Releases “Course Builder,” an Open Source Platform for Building Y...
Earlier this year, we saw Udacity and Coursera take flight, two online ventures dedicated to offering Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) an
'Junk DNA' has a purpose, new map of human genome reveals - Tech...
Vast sections of the human genome that were previously thought to have no useful function and were dismissed as junk DNA are in fact involve
How to prevent July 9 web blackout linked to DNSChanger virus - Technolo...
Anyone who hasn't removed the DNSChanger virus from their computer by Monday will lose internet access when the FBI shuts down the temporary
Why Libraries Are a Smart Investment for the Country's Future
Across from the United States Supreme Court, two hundred people gathered at the Library of Congress to celebrate yesterday and not because